How can I make a payment?

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    Contact your bank or financial institution to make payment from your cheque, savings, debit, credit card* (Visa or MasterCard) or transaction account. Quote BPAY Biller Code 625079 and the Reference Number appearing on the Payment Remittance Advice.

    Note your payment reference number may have changed, please refer to the Payment Remittance Advice.


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    * credit card limits may apply

  • You can make a payment securely online using your credit card* (Visa or MasterCard).

    You will need the Reference Number appearing on the Payment Remittance Advice.

    * credit card limits may apply

  • To pay 24 hours a day using your credit card* (Visa or MasterCard), please call 1300 669 344 .

    You will need the reference number appearing on the Payment Remittance Advice.

    * credit card limits may apply

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    If paying in person at any business displaying the above logos, present the entire Notice with your cash, cheque, money order or credit card* (Visa or MasterCard). The Reference Number appears on the Payment Remittance Advice.

    * credit card limits may apply

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  • To make payment by mail return the Payment Remittance Advice with your cheque or money order made payable to the Commissioner of State Taxation to:

    RevenueSA
    Locked Bag 555
    Adelaide SA 5001


  • Can I pay more regularly?

    You can make more frequent payments (for example: monthly, fortnightly or weekly) using the payment reference. If you choose to make smaller payments, you must ensure the full amount of the instalment is paid by the instalment due date or contact us for an extension*.

    For example instead of paying an instalment payment of $1,000 in one payment, you can make smaller payments over a number of weeks, as long as you ensure the $1,000 has been paid by the due date*.

    * If you do not pay the full amount of an instalment by the due date, your total unpaid land tax balance will become payable and interest and penalty tax may apply. If you are unable to make payment before the due date, please contact RevenueSA to make alternative payment arrangements.

    Refer to the back of your Land Tax Assessment for payment details.

    Can I pay by instalment?

    Four quarterly instalments are listed on your Land Tax Assessment.

    If you do not pay the full amount of an instalment by the due date, your total unpaid land tax balance will become payable and interest and penalty tax may apply. If you are unable to make payment before the due date, please contact RevenueSA to make alternative payment arrangements.

    Why is my INSTALMENT 1 more than my other instalments?

    RevenueSA has experienced delays in the billing of some complex ownerships. As a result your first instalment may include:

    • remaining instalments for your 2021-22 land tax assessment, and this is reflected in the ‘amount payable from prior years’ column on your 2022-23 Land Tax Assessment; and/or
    • the full amount of your land tax if you have not yet received a Land Tax Assessment for prior financial years for this ownership, and this is reflected in the ‘amount payable from prior years’ column on your 2022-23 Land Tax Assessment; and/or
    • any unpaid land tax for previous financial years.

    If you have concerns about paying by the due dates, we are here to help

    Before the due date of your first instalment you can:

    What happens if I do not pay my land tax?

    If you cannot make your full payment or your quarterly instalment payment by the due date on your Land Tax Assessment, the full annual amount will become immediately due and payable.

    A final notice will be issued to you. Penalty tax and interest may be added.

    If the debt still remains outstanding after the due date on the final notice, the matter will be referred to debt recovery to pursue payment and/or commence legal action. In addition, penalty tax, interest and fees may be applied to unpaid amounts.

    Ultimately, a property may be sold for non-payment of land tax, much the same as unpaid council rates.

    How are penalties and interest calculated in cases of late payment?

    A flat penalty tax of 75% of the unpaid land tax can legally be charged where you have deliberately avoided paying land tax. A flat 25% penalty tax can be charged in other situations of late or non-payment.

    The Commissioner of State Taxation may exercise discretion to reduce the 25% penalty tax to 5% penalty tax on the outstanding property land tax amount if the full outstanding amount is paid by the due date.

    Interest may also legally be charged on unpaid tax on a daily basis from the due date until the date the land tax is paid.

    Having difficulty paying?

    If you are having difficulty meeting your tax obligations, please contact us as soon as possible to discuss your options.

    You may be able to extend your time to pay or enter into a payment plan.

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